2018年4月14日 星期六

2018 World Press Photo Awards, 2018年世界新聞攝影大賽

This file photo taken on Feb 28, 2017 of competitors from the opposing teams, the Up'ards and the Down'ards, reach for the ball during the annual Royal Shrovetide Football Match in Ashbourne, northern England, by British AFP photographer Oliver Scarff won 1st prize in the Sport Singles category in the World Press Photo 2018 contest in Amsterdam on April 12, 2018. PHOTO: AFP
This file photo taken on May 3, 2017 of a demonstrator catching fire during clashes with riot police within a protest against Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro in Caracas, by AFP Venezuelan photographer Ronaldo Schemidt won the World Press Photo picture of the Year 2018 award and 1st prize in the Spot News Singles category in Amsterdam on April 12, 2018. PHOTO: AFP
Third-placed image of World Press Photo 2018 contest for General News Singles taken by Md Masfiqur Akhtar Sohan shows a group of Rohingya at the Leda makeshift settlement, who watch as houses burn just across the border in Myanmar, in Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh on Sept 9, 2017. PHOTO: REUTERS
Second-placed series of images of World Press Photo 2018 contest for General News Stories taken by Kevin Frayer shows Rohingya refugees carrying their belongings after fleeing Myanmar, as they walk on the Bangladesh side of the Naf River, Bangladesh on Oct 2, 2017. PHOTO: REUTERS
Second-placed image of World Press Photo 2018 contest for Spot News Singles taken by Ryan M. Kelly shows people being thrown into the air as a car plows into a group of protesters demonstrating against a 'Unite the Right' rally in Charlottesville in Virginia, US, on Aug 12, 2017. PHOTO: REUTERS
A handout photo made available by World Press Photo organisation shows a picture of photographer Heba Khamis that wins the 1st prize of the 'Contemporary Issues - Stories' category in the World Press Photo 2018 Contest as it was announced by World Press Photo on April 12, 2018. PHOTO: EPA-EFE
Picture nominated for the Picture of the Year at the World Press photo contest shows an unidentified young boy, who was carried out of the last ISIS-controlled area in the Old City by a man suspected of being a militant, and is cared for by Iraqi Special Forces soldiers.PHOTO: REUTERS
Picture nominated for the World Press photo of the year award shows civilians who had remained in west Mosul during the battle to retake the city, lined up for an aid distribution in the Mamun neighbourhood. PHOTO: REUTERS
In Pictures: 2018 World Press Photo Awards, Photos News & Top Stories - The Straits Times

Senate hearing, 參議院聽證會

祖克柏遭遇「個人信息洩漏」:聽證會筆記曝光 - 紐約時報中文網

shorts, 短褲

Kelsey Smith of New Zealand gets her stick caught on the shorts of Hollie Pearne-Webb of England during Women's Semi Final Hockey match between England and New Zealand on day eight of the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games at Gold Coast Hockey Centre on April 12, 2018 on the Gold Coast, Australia. (Photo by Matt King/Getty Images)
The Day in Photos – April 14, 2018

corn cob pipes, 玉米斗(煙斗)

Douglas MacArthur smokes one of his favorite corn cob pipes on a ship bound for Luzon Island in the Philippines on January 20, 1945. Five Star Insignia on his collar denoting him general of the Army. (Photo by AP Photo/Pool)
Some Vintage Photos, Part 1/2

Photoshopping Image, 影像處理的圖像

Someone is Photoshopping Images of Donald Trump Wearing Really Long Ties – BOOOOOOOM! – CREATE * INSPIRE * COMMUNITY * ART * DESIGN * MUSIC * FILM * PHOTO * PROJECTS  https://www.booooooom.com/2017/04/04/someone-is-photoshoppping-images-of-donald-trump-wearing-really-long-ties/

"Bao", 《小包子》

華裔女導演為皮克斯執導動畫短片《小包子》 - BBC 中文网

Pixar Gives Fans a Sneak Peek at New Short Film Bao :: Movies :: News :: Pixar :: Paste
Watch an Adorable Clip From ‘Bao,’ Pixar’s Upcoming Short Film – MonkeyViral – Shopping, Deals, News  https://monkeyviral.com/watch-an-adorable-clip-from-bao-pixars-upcoming-short-film/
Exclusive Look at Disney Pixar's Short Film "Bao" - YouTube

Life-sized cutout, 真人大小的人形立牌

Mark Zuckerberg, the real face of Facebook

National Geographic Travel Photographer of the Year 2018, 國家地理雜誌2018年度旅遊攝影師大賽

“These Rajasthani sisters were sitting on the staircase inside their house relaxing and enjoy a cup of masala chai”. (Photo by Firdaus Hadzri/National Geographic Travel Photographer of the Year Contest)
“Teotihuacan means 'the place where the gods were created', and that's the feeling once you visit this archeological site of Mexico. This pyramid, the third-largest of Earth, was dedicated to the god of sun, and its geometrical perfection can only inspire admiration for the civilization that build it. The grandeur of this behemoth is even greater compared with those tiny dots of humanity in the frame. Seemingly insignificant, but in the end also the makers of this wonder”. (Photo by Enrico Pescantini/National Geographic Travel Photographer of the Year Contest)
“Took an early ride out from the camp in Masai Mara national park, searching for the great migration, where I saw a rhino from far away standing beside a tree. The back lit from the early sun was too strong, so I took a silhouette instead”. (Photo by Khai Chuin Sim/National Geographic Travel Photographer of the Year Contest)
National Geographic Travel Photographer of the Year 2018

2018年4月5日 星期四

Steven Jobs, 賈伯斯

Steven Jobs, chairman of the board of Apple Computer, leans on the new "Macintosh" personal comptuer following a shareholder's meeting January 24, 1984 in Cupertino, Ca. The Macintosh, priced at $2,495, is challenging IBM in the personal computer market. (Photo by Paul Sakuma/AP Photo)
Some Vintage Photos, Part 1/2

Venus symbol, 維納斯/ 金星符號/ 女性標誌

A pro-abortion activist with a Venus symbol painted on her face listens to a speech outside of Congress after the presentation of an abortion bill in Buenos Aires, Argentina, Tuesday, March 6, 2018. Under heavy pressure by women's groups that have taken to the streets in large numbers in recent years, over 70 legislators presented an abortion bill that will be first be discussed in several committees of the lower chamber. (Photo by Victor R. Caivano/AP Photo)
The Day in Photos – March 7, 2018

The Shape of Water (2017) , 《水底情深》

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Agnosticism, 不可知論

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阿里山森林鐵路, Alishan Forest Railway

Taiwanese newspaper raises red flag over safety of Alishan Forest Railway under dual leadership | Taiwan News

Steve Wozniak, creator of Apple's first computer, 史蒂夫‧沃茲尼克. 第一台蘋果電腦發明人

Steve Wozniak, creator of Apple's first computer, sits by the new Apple IIgs in Cupertino, Calif., on September 16, 1986. (Photo by Steve Castillo/AP Photo)
Some Vintage Photos

Berlin Wall, 1989. 柏林圍牆

The 1989 fall of the Berlin Wall has had some unexpected benefits  Photo: Getty Images
East Germans can expect to live longer thanks to reunification - Telegraph

Tourists release sky lantern, in Pingxi, Taiwan. 遊客放天燈, 平溪, 台灣

Tourists release sky lantern during the Pingxi lantern festival on March 2, 2018 in Pingxi, Taiwan. Pingxi, a Taiwanese district known for its old train tracks and lantern launchings, hosts the Pingxi Sky Lantern Festival annually to celebrate the last day of the Lunar New Year by releasing thousands of lanterns which each carrying its flame into the night. The former coal-mining town is lined with workshops which helps visitors build lanterns with paper and glue but critics have said the event is has become unsustainable and angered the locals as up to 600,000 half-burnt lanterns crashes back to earth into surrounding mountains. Sky lanterns were invented in ancient China between AD 220-265 by military strategist Zhuge Liang to transmit information and first introduced in Taiwan in the 19th century. They were originally released as prayers for the coming year at the beginning of the spring planting season but due to xxx, Taiwanese government has only allowed the release of sky lanterns in the rural district. (Photo by Billy H.C. Kwok/Getty Images)
The Day in Photos – March 10, 2018

Silhouette, 剪影

The Dresden Frauenkirche (L- R), the Dresden Cathedral, the former factory building of the cigarette factory Yenidze and the Castle tower stand out against the sunrise in Dresden, Germany, 13 December 2017. (Photo by Sebastian Kahnert/DPA/Zentralbild)
Some Photos: Silhouettes

UK Bird Photographer of the Year 2018, 英國2018年鳥類攝影師大賽

Whooper swans, Janakkala, Finland. (Photo by Antti Siponen/BPOTY/Cover Images/The Guardian)
Water rail, Salamanca, Spain. (Photo by Mario Cea/BPOTY/Cover Images/The Guardian)
Kingfisher diving, Spain. (Photo by Mario Cea Sanchez/BPOTY/Cover Images/The Guardian)
UK Bird Photographer of the Year 2018

Hand warmer, 暖暖包


roll one’s eyes at someone, 翻白眼

中國兩會:女記者翻白眼被直播引爆社交網絡 - BBC 中文网

Alexander Nix, Cambridge Analytica CEO, data mining, data analysis. 亞力山大·尼克斯, 劍橋分析公司執行長, 資料探勘及數據分析

「臉書」個人用戶數據被濫用?「劍橋分析」在全球有何影響 - BBC 中文网
一款心理測驗 App,引爆 Facebook 史上最大個資外洩危機 | TechNews 科技新報

Sony World Photography Awards 2018, 索尼世界攝影大獎

Myanmar national award second-place winner: Kyaw Win Hlaing. “Mount Bromo is an active volcano in East Java, Indonesia. The name Bromo derives from the Javanese pronunciation of Brahma, the Hindu creator god”. (Photo by Kyaw Win Hlaing/Sony World Photography Awards 2018)
Open travel and Thailand national award third-place winner by Suphakaln Wongcompune. The bridge in Wongcompune’s photograph, titled Walking on the U-Bein Bridge in Myanmar, dates from 1850. (Photo by Suphakaln Wongcompune/Sony World Photography Awards 2018)
Open travel and Bangladesh national award second-place winner: Md Enamul Kabir. “It was the morning of 13 January 2017 at Kamalapur Railway Station, Dhaka, Bangladesh. Everybody was walking behind the train. Normally it’s not so crowded, but that day it was. A passenger was trying to enter through the window because he could not go through the door”. (Photo by Md Enamul Kabir/Sony World Photography Awards 2018)
Open portraiture and Norway national award winner: Tina Signesdottir Hult. “Lina (pictured here) means a lot to me. We have been working together since she was nine. She runs like a red thread through my journey as a photographer. We have a very strong bond – we don’t always need to talk when we work. People often comment how fascinating it is to watch how we communicate, like a quiet dance”. (Photo by Tina Signesdottir Hult/Sony World Photography Awards 2018)
Sony World Photography Awards 2018

Sophia, a robot. 蘇菲亞, 機器人

Sophia, a robot with Saudi Arabian citizenship, interacts during the innovation fair in Kathmandu, Nepal March 21, 2018. (Photo by Navesh Chitrakar/Reuters)
The Day in Photos – March 22, 2018

Emma Gonzalez, ripping up a gun target poster. 艾瑪·岡薩雷斯, 猛力撕開槍靶海報

March For Our Lives: Six key takeaways from the US gun control rallies - BBC News
The doctored image of González tearing up the Constitution, alongside the original Teen Vogue image on the right. Photo: Twitter/Teen Vogue
Some Conservatives Are Sharing Fake Photos of Emma González
March For Our Lives: Six key takeaways from the US gun control rallies - BBC News
Those Images Of Emma González Ripping Up The Constitution Are Fake | HuffPost
Emma Gonzalez's powerful March for Our Lives speech in full - YouTube
 《我们喊“扯淡”》演讲全程 - YouTube

barnacle-covered, waterproof housing, washed up on Taiwan beach. 佈滿藤壺, 防水外殼, 被沖上台灣海灘

A handout photo made available by teacher Park Lee on 29 March 2018 shows a barnacle-covered camera in a water-proof case washed up on a beach in Ilan County, northeast Taiwan EPA
Camera lost at sea for more than two years is found still working and will be returned to its owner | The Independent
© Copyright :Serina Tsubakihara & Park Lee via Storyful
Camera found washed up on Taiwan beach returned to owner after three years | Euronews
The camera belonging to Serina Tsubakihara pictured in Yilan, Taiwan on 27 March. The device was found two and a half years after it was dropped in the sea 250 miles away.
Canon Camera Lost at Sea Washes up on Beach Two Years Later in Full Working Order
Serina Tsubakihara's Canon G12 camera, released from the waterproof housing that had protected it from the ocean for two-and-a-half years (EPA)
Camera lost at sea for more than two years is found still working and will be returned to its owner | The Independent
A incrível jornada de uma câmera fotográfica perdida no mar - Jornal de Boas Notícias
海上漂流2年多的相機失主終於找到了,是日本女大生椿原世梨奈 (圖/翻攝自Park Lee臉書)
奇蹟!海上漂2年...相機主人找到了 失主是日本女大生 - 中時電子報